Yeah what he said.
Yeah what he said.
What ink were you using?
As an aside, I don't recall the last time I saw so much spam on a forum.
damn the sticker spam monsters are unleashed.
ink was nazdar 9700. i've basically switched to taking my screens to the dehaze step immediately after printing.
paint strippers work well!
but yeah, we tried the cleaners our supplier recommended, and on top of that, i know our emulsion wasn't right for the solvents (they seem to eat into the emulsion and trip the chemical change that emulsion remover is supposed to cause, rendering it useless)
we don't use it very often...
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I understand, if I didn't use it so often, I would probably think it was a pain in the ass too. If you want a good all purpose emulsion and I do mean all purpose, you can get kiwo poly plus hwr, only like $120/gallon.
In case you do use it again and don't want to use a dehaze just to remove the ink, try kiwo cleanline ink wash. I believe that is what Andy uses/used. I use their "Ultimate" ink wash, it's oddly cheaper and seems to work well.
You can get weatherproof heavy duty Avery A4 labels,
I use J4773, 24 per page. But your ink jet ink is not water proof,
you'd need to put them through a laser printer for that.
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Last edited by Zhane Canalpan; 10-06-2012 at 02:14 AM.
You can print the sticker on the machine because this is mostly depends on the sticker quality some of stickers are high quality and some of stickers are low quality but the stickers are mostly print 4 color of high quality form the machine and the machine is not only made one or two piece you can print thousands and millions from the machine....
I will suggest you to buy the vinyl sheets in bulk. It will save your money. If you will visit the online vinyl material providers then you will be able to get more discount. Try any. wish you best of luck.